UK-based rapper, actor, and comedian, Michael Dapaah known in music as Big Shaq has revealed that Former president John Mahama and his predecessors transformed Ghana greatly over the years.
At a press briefing Tuesday afternoon, the ‘Man’s Not Hot’ hitmaker said he has seen how beautiful the country has become after staying outside for Nine years.
“The airport now looks amazing. There have been so much development on the land. There is so much growth here and it is so beautiful to see,” he opined.
Big Shaq who is in Ghana to perform at Muse Africa’s concert dubbed “Muse Live 2017” said it only makes sense for him to come back to home and contribute his quota to the development of his motherland.
Big Shaq recorded his first single ‘Man’s Not Hot’ after it became famous from his appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Fire in the Booth’ segment hosted by Charlie Sloth.